Johnson Hewitt are a truly independent estate agency built on the core values of honesty, transparency and professionalism. Established in 2003 by Adam Johnson and Glen Hewitt we have remained true to our vision of offering a personalized bespoke service to each and every client to fit their individual needs.
Very good experience with Johnson Hewitt, I was new to the country and unfamiliar with the renting procedures and legal requirements. I found them to be very cooperative, accommodating and assistive in helping me find a place and working to my timeline & understanding when renting.
I have used Johnson Hewitt for many years and can't rate them high enough as an agency, I use them to find tenants for my flat in Croydon. Both Glen and Adam are extremely efficient, providing an excellent level of communication and friendly service. All checks are made to find the right tenant. Very positive experience and would highly recommend.
Professional and helpful, have provided an excellent service for over 5 years. Locally based and very responsive. A genuine personal service and real local knowledge.
I have been a Croydon landlord for over 20 years and I always use Glen and Adam. A lucky find indeed. They make no fuss and just get on with it. Exactly what I want. They know I am very particular in my choice of tenant and they come up trumps every time. Highly recommended.
Great service and reasonable fees. Johnson Hewitt sold our house in Addiscombe The photos they took for the website were fantastic and we got our sale VERY quickly, at the asking price. Adam and Glen really know the Croydon area!
Johnson Hewitt have been my estate agent for the past 3 years, from the start the process of renting from them was easy, they are very friendly and any issues I've had they deal with straight away
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